So you want to work with me? That’s great! For something that originally started out as a hobby, after years of obsessive dedication, I’m able to share my passion with you in a variety of ways, such as:
- Purchasing prints or electronic versions of my images as a reminder to keep travelling.
- Injecting that wow factor through my photo retouching service
- Freelance writing and photography assignments.
- Interior photography.
Travel photography sales.
With over 30,000 photos taken over the past couple of years, there are a few keepers that I am proud to say that I’d personally hang up on my wall. If you’re a business or media company and would like to use my images for commercial use, I’d be happy to discuss licensing arrangements as well.
Want to get the most out of your images? You may have some taken from a recent vacation that you want to print out (yes people still print!) or maybe just for a new Facebook profile?
There are a range of retouching services that I offer; starting from basic sharpening and contrast adjustments, all the way to more complex compositing and the removal of objects and/or ex lovers.
Click here to find more information on my photo retouching services.
Freelance writing and photographic assignments.
I’ve also been writing in my personal blog, JimmyEatsWorld for the past couple of years. There I tell stories of my travel adventures around the world, the odd or amazing food that I’ve eaten and the unique individuals that I ‘ve met along the way. I’ve also written for a number of publications as and websites as well, and when I’m really hungry, even write the odd restaurant review in Ho Chi Minh City where I am currently based.
I’m always excited about the prospect of travelling to document a new place and would happy to chat to brands about curating unique and visually stunning stories.
My foray into interior photography was a way in to getting free hostel accommodation when I was backpacking. It then soon developed into a method of feeding my coffee addiction at cafes that I worked out of. Nowadays, I actually enjoy photographing interiors to showcase the array of unique venues that I work out of as a digital nomad in Ho Chi Minh City.
While most photographers may use HDR processing for their work, I find the results can look unnatural and too illustrative. I prefer to use a single flash and compositing techniques in Photoshop to highlight key features of a venue to arrive at a more natural and pleasing representation of that space.
If you would like to use any of these services, or just want to say hi, then you can use the for below to get in touch. You can also connect with me on Facebook, Instagram and Google+. I would love to hear from you!